Bonald, Francois De
Bonald, Francois de a French ascetic theologian, was a native of Mende, and a Jesuit. He died at Motulins, March 9, 1614, leaving, LEtoile Mystique (Lyons, 1606, 12mo), which Dom Antoine Duchesne translated into Latin (Cologne, 1611): — La Divine Econonzie de l'Eglise, etc. (Lyohs, 1612; and in Latin, by Milon, at Cologne): — Pratique Chretienne (Pont a Mousson, 1622): — Le Miroir de la Sagesse Divisne. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.; Landon, Eccles. Dict. s.v.